Mack could see an offer soon

He had a good season playing opposite one of the top JUCO wideouts in the country but Pasadena WR Titus Mack (5-11, 185) hasn't signed with anyone yet. That could change this week as a few D-1 programs have told him they like what they've seen on film. caught up with the multi-talented receiver recently and he updated us on things...

"Nebraska told me they would call me Tuesday," Mack told "I have a connection to coach (Bo) Pelini so that person has been speaking with him and showed him my tape and he said he liked it and that he would talk to me on Tuesday.

"Other than them, Buffalo, Middle Tennessee, Tennessee-Chattanooga and Western Illinois are the schools looking at me so that's pretty much where things stand right now."

Mack had a standout prep career in New Briton, Connecticut but was unable to qualify for a scholarship, so he headed to Santa Monica Junior College and played there as a freshman, posting 19 receptions for 219 yards and two touchdowns and was named a second team all conference player.

"When I was coming out there they told me they were going to throw it all the time, but when I got there it was all running," Mack said. "The offensive coordinator got fired, but by then I had already decided to transfer and I had a friend here at Pasadena so I made the switch and it was a good decision."

Playing opposite Owen Dixon who was one of the top JUCO wideouts in the country, Mack posted 47 receptions for 756 yards and 11 touchdowns including a nine catch, 179 yard, three touchdown effort in their bowl game.

"I use my speed and my quickness to hurt teams," Mack said. "I run a 4.4 and I can take a hitch, a slant and go or I can run past DBs."

Mack will finish his two-year degree in June and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

We'll continue to keep tabs on him and we'll update things as they change.

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